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Rightful place for Land Arts and archive

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Richard Parry, installation shots, country on the click

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NOT NOT FIREWORKS

 

Farnell St. / Glasgow International
Margate Sands
/ Turner Contemporary
Regeneration Zone / Elephant & Castle

 

Land Art, not not fireworks, artist, Richard Parry IN ASSOCIATION WITH

Venice Agendas etc. Lend Lease . Glasgow International

 

 

Richard Parry artist

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GUILTY

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Kilifi Creek, East Africa

 

 

Richard Parry artist

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EUROPE EUROPE

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Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo
exhibition, europe europe, artist, Richard Parry OPPDRAG BY

The Astrup Fearnley Museum

 

 

Ed Atkins artist
Helen Martin artist
Richard Parry artist
etc. kuratert av
Thomas Boutoux curator
Gunnar B. Kvaran curator
Hans Ulrich Obrist curator
Jamie Stevens
curator


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COUNTRY ON THE CLICK

artwork installation views artwork installation views

Gezira xeebta, Mogadishu
ururinta farshaxanka gaarka ah

 

Social Aesthetics, Richard Parry

 

 

Richard Parry artist
images, Mr. Omar Abdi Ali


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BLOOMBERG ELEPHANT PAINTINGS COMMISSION

Bloomberg SPACE, London

exhibition Bloomberg SPACE, Richard ParryIN ASSOCIATION WITH

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Brockley Cross Action Group, LUMA, Bloomberg SPACE

 

 

Richard Parry artist
Chemi Chemi elephant
Isahq B elephant
Mutara elephant
Olare elephant
curator


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SATELLITE SHOW

L'Institut de l'hypocrisie sociale

Satellite Show, Richard ParryCOMISSIONED PAR

The Institute of Social Hypocrisy

 

 

Richard Parry artist
invité par Victor Boullet
curator


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SALON NEU

      artwork essays artwork essays artwork installation views
The North Sea, Land Art initiative

Land Art, Salon Neu, artist, Richard ParryCOMMISSIONED BY

embassy gallery

 

 
Richard Parry with Kimberley Abbott
Abigail Rebekah Barr
Alan Campbell
Francesco Cassi
& Francesca Nobilucci
Lauren Chipeur
Leigh Chorlton
Claire Davies
Sarah Diver
Hannah Edward
James Epps
Tom Estes
Zoe Fothergill
& Iain Morrison
Greg Fullerton
  Lewis den Hertog
Sacha Imrie
Jacqui Irvine
Elli Matzourani
Koutsoukeli
Alice Ladenburg
Mairi Lafferty
Margaret Malcolm
Ciara McDermott
Lesley Mcdermott
Martyn McKenzie
Dennis Miller
Francis Morgan
Katie Morrison
Eliyce Moselle
Kate Murphy
  Despina Nissiriou
Marcus O'Shea
Tessa Payne
Alkesandr Petrovsky
Holly Prentice
Rima O. Qvale
Jim Ricks
Fintan Ryan
Sara Sinclair
Gerry Smith
Sam Stocker
Richard Taylor
Hugo de Verteuil
Rachel Walker
Holly Knox Yeoman  
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SOCIAL AESTHETICS

Private Collection Paris
Private Collection London

Social Aesthetics, Richard ParryBROADCAST READING , DAS KAPITAL JEDER ZEIT, AN JEDEM ORT, JEDEM STANDORT E-MAIL FÜR GESCHÄFTS AUFLAGE 5

 

 

Richard Parry artist
Karl Marx, 'DAS KAPITAL' Marxist
verschiedene zielgruppen

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ART ZIMBABWE

artwork installation views artwork installation views artwork installation views
yenyika Gallery e Zimbabwe Art initiativ

The Institute of Social Hypocrisy

 

 

Richard Parry artist
curated no James Wright
screenprinting no Caldtrend Investments


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Paintings:

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MISSISSIPPI

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, obey, artist, Richard Parry painting, obey (detail), artist, Richard Parry

OBEY

Richard Parry, 2009

painting, obey, artist, Richard Parry painting, obey (detail), artist, Richard Parry

OBEY

Richard Parry, 2015

 

 

painting, jazz, jordan, artist, Richard Parry painting, jazz, jordan, artist, Richard Parry

JAZZ (JORDAN)

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, jazz, england, artist, Richard Parry painting, jazz, england, artist, Richard Parry

JAZZ (ENGLAND)

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, Gaddafi, artist, Richard Parry painting, World Music, artist, Richard Parry

GADDAFI

Richard Parry, 2015

 

 

painting, world music, artist, Richard Parry painting, World Music, artist, Richard Parry

WORLD MUSIC

Richard Parry, 2015

painting, Gaddafi, artist, Richard Parry painting, jazz, england, artist, Richard Parry painting, Miles Davis, artist, Richard Parry painting, Miles Davis, artist, Richard Parry

MILES DAVIS

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, Swiss Jazz, artist, Richard Parry painting, Swiss Jazz, artist, Richard Parry

SWISS JAZZ

Richard Parry, 2016

 

 

painting, obey, artist, Richard Parry painting, world music, artist, Richard Parry

OBEY

Richard Parry, 2014

painting, obey, artist, Richard Parry painting, world music, artist, Richard Parry

OBEY

Richard Parry, 2013

painting, Bob Marley, artist, Richard Parry painting, Bob Marley, artist, Richard Parry

BOB MARLEY

Richard Parry, 2016

 

 

painting, business class, artist, Richard Parry painting, business class, artist, Richard Parry

BUSINESS CLASS

Richard Parry, 2015

painting, Jazz, artist, Richard Parry painting, Jazz, artist, Richard Parry

JAZZ (ITALY)

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, Jazz, artist, Richard Parry painting, Jazz, artist, Richard Parry

JAZZ

Richard Parry, 2016

 

 

painting, jazz, bangladesh, artist, Richard Parry painting, jazz, bangladesh, artist, Richard Parry

JAZZ (BANGLADESH)

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, jazz, artist, Richard Parry painting, jazz, artist, Richard Parry

JAZZ

Richard Parry, 2016

painting, Arts Council, artist, Richard Parry painting, untitled, artist, Richard Parry

UNTITLED

Richard Parry, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For Josephine – an 'introduction to my practice and the London art scene and how I go about being a young artist with burning ambition in the world today': How do I go about being a ‘young’ artist with burning ambition in the world today? I use my art to make things heaver. That’s what I try and do. I should say early on that I am technically not good at art[1] . Also, Meaning is not always my first consideration. Why? Because it doesn't have to be[2] . Here is my understanding of form: My Land Art isn’t Land Art. It’s not art - it can't and must not be[3] . Here is my approach to painting: images spin loose and occasionally cop out. But inform things through an assertive, insubordinate authorial voice rather than just predetermination. Do I think there's a natural flow to what I do? No. Just a rough sequence of observations and events, barely recognisable and often misleading. Like the duality of Not Not Fireworks. Generally, my paintings have little contemporary currency[4] . For example, Gaddafi is clearly expressing something about revolutionaries (political or cultural), faux-liberalism, surveillance and containment, but it's impossible to decipher (or even identify the goodies and baddies). Perhaps I assumed the painting would segue into coherence. Perhaps it's just a bit figurative for the hell of it. I don't know and it doesn't really matter[5] . Because it stimulates things. In conclusion, my work is amazing[6] . Because it stimulates things. Footnotes: [1]Two reasons why this doesn't matter – firstly in Painting as in Land Art, being technically good isn’t important when you happen to be a genuine one – off / not care. Secondly, my output isn’t meant to be like that. [2] My approach has little scope for the try-hard “authenticity” or desperate sub-culturalisms that render so many artists ridiculous. [3] But that's not to say it can't be used in the same way, sometimes. [4] At least in terms of constituting ‘order artworks’. [5] Although you might think it should. [6] Our ego (our in the sense we are all an I) operates from a very limited perspective which deems itself far more important than anything else...)